Poll: Do you believe it is possible for an album to be perfect?
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#161
Humbug - Arctic Monkeys

All their other albums i'm not a big fan of the closer, but jeweller's hands is one of their best songs

and every other song on that album is incredible, cornerstone took a while to grow on me but now it has, definitely a perfect album
#162
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Radiohead - OK Computer


This. The Bends aswell - both them albums don't have one bad song. Brilliant albums
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#163
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Humbug - Arctic Monkeys

All their other albums i'm not a big fan of the closer, but jeweller's hands is one of their best songs

and every other song on that album is incredible, cornerstone took a while to grow on me but now it has, definitely a perfect album

For some reason it's only My Propellor and Dangerous Animals that get stuck in my head though.
#164
Bon Iver - Bon Iver (2011)

That album is just brilliant, from start to finish.

Even the smallest sounds made by any instrument completes each and every song (trumpets on Perth etc.).

Tasty, tasty album it is.
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#165






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#166
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Kezia, is the perfect album in my opinion.


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#167
Are You Experienced?
In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
Bringing It All Back Home
Doolittle

Maybe Frances the Mute, Songs for the Deaf and Sublime (s/t)
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#169
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#170
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It's not high art or anything, but the Pumpkins, IMO mastered the album as a whole the way most people just focus on songs. The balance and combination of songs is brilliant in pretty much all of their albums, but it reaches perfection in Mellon Collie.
I thought about putting this in, but I've only listened to the album maybe three times so I couldn't really judge it. But from what I remember, its ****ing amazing.
#173


Edit: And plus a fucking shitload for Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness, I can't be arsed requoting the picture though.

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#174



On an unrelated note, I've only just noticed how much Frances the Mute's cover doesn't match the album.
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#176
Both albums from The Mayan Factor.
Also say Metropolis Pt. 2, Octavarium, Variations on a Dream, DSotM, and maybe Dreamhouse and Blue Sky Noise, purely because all the songs on both those last two album are unbelievably catchy, which I guess can only be a good thing?
#177
Defenders of the Faith! -Judas Priest! If only they combined Heavy Duty and the Title Track.. The 2 never appear next to each other..
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#179
Linkin park - Hybrid theory is close to perfect, there is not a song that is bad on there at all, all of them are awesome

Deftones - white pony is pretty much perfect.

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YES! This is actually the perfect album, its a masterpiece
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#181
Queen II is a perfect album. It's a true masterpiece
Signatureless. And this doesn't count. Because I said so.
#182
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IMO, Crack the Skye is a perfect album. I love every second of it.

This right here. Amazing from start to finish, even the song that are over 10 minutes long
#183
I think they can. Come Now Sleep by As Cities Burn, All of a Sudden I Miss Everyone by Explosions in the Sky, and Deja Entendu by Brand New are all absolutely perfect.
#184
If I love every song on the album, it's a perfect album.

Colors - Between The Buried And Me
Downtown Battle Mountain II - Dance Gavin Dance
Somewhere in Time - Iron Maiden
British Steel - Judas Priest (Not counting that shitty bonus track)
#185
I find Holographic Universe by Scar Symmetry to be perfect. Not a single moment that I would change/that I dislike
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#186
Absolutely - Bruce Dickinson's Chemical Wedding album is pure perfection. As are Maiden's Somewhere in Time and Seventh Son albums, Satch's Strange Beautiful Music and AC/DC's Back In Black and Cynic's Focus.



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      #187
      Quote by patman90
      Bon Iver - Bon Iver (2011)

      That album is just brilliant, from start to finish.

      Even the smallest sounds made by any instrument completes each and every song (trumpets on Perth etc.).

      Tasty, tasty album it is.

      I can't for the life of me find why people like Bon Iver.
      #188
      Kezia - Protest the Hero


      There is no other answer
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      #189
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      Frames by Oceansize is up there for me. I can listen to it over and over and the songs get stuck in my head for days afterwards.



      You sir win.

      The first three Oceansize albums are FAULTLESS. Absolutely faultless.
      I implore anyone who is seriously interested in 'thinking man's music' to listen to these albums. Just stunning.

      The only other two albums I rate anywhere near those, for completely different reasons, are:

      Refused - The Shape of Punk to Come
      DJ Shadow - Entroducing.

      Both incredible albums in their own right.
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      #190
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      You sir win.

      The first three Oceansize albums are FAULTLESS. Absolutely faultless.
      I implore anyone who is seriously interested in 'thinking man's music' to listen to these albums. Just stunning.


      Agreed. Except I think all four are faultless.
      #191


      Pretty much my idea of a perfect album.
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      #193
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      Agreed. Except I think all four are faultless.



      Don't get me wrong, some of them are spectacular on their last one, but equally I actually found a couple of the slower ones boring which I hadn't done on any previous album.
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      #194
      Some of them took a while to grow on me (a penny's weight in particular) but now I love the whole thing to bits.
      #195
      I've never heard a perfect album, but for me, The Human Abstract's Digital Veil comes damn close. It's heavy, it's intelligent, it's melodic, it displays technical skill, and it's very classical (more romantic though.)



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      Last edited by StewieSwan at Aug 15, 2011,
      #196
      Hawkwind - Space Ritual
      Pink Floyd - Live at Pompeii (video, I know, but whatever) and DSoTM
      Motorhead - Bomber
      Can - Tago Mago
      Black Sabbath - Masters of Reality

      Perfect albums in my opinion.
      #197
      Obviously its down to opinion but:



      I believe captures who this band are and why they aren't who they were anymore.

      Oh, and only the '99 version! Purity is needed. Flow is ruined on the re-issue.
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      Last edited by JonnyH at Aug 15, 2011,